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BRUSSELS - John Clint Williamson,lead prosecutor for the EULEX Special Investigative Task Force investigating the allegations presented in the report by Dick Marty,returned from a two-day visit to Pristina on Tuesday, where he underlined the need for bringing the investigation into the human organ trafficking to a close without pre-judgment and speculation.
BELGRADE - Serbian Energy Minister Zorana Mihajlovic signed on Tuesday on behalf of the Serbian government the Memorandum of Understanding with officials of the Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) and the Swiss company Alpiq Central Europe, which will assist EPS in electricity trade on the European power market.
BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic stated on Tuesday that the statement by Gerhard Schroeder, former chancellor of Germany, that the 1999 air campaign against Serbia constituted a violation of international law has no legal significance for Serbia except that it proves what Serbia has always claimed - that the bombing was an aggression rather than a peacekeeping operation.
BELGRADE - Acquisition of recognized certificates and work on adding value to products are of great significance for food export, experts said at a conference on agriculture related business in Serbia.
BELGRADE - Band Amorphis, veterans of the metal scene, will perform in Belgrade Youth Centre on March 19 within their world tour.
The bend is promoting their latest studio album 'Circle' released by Nuclear Blast Records in 2014.
BELGRADE - Serbia's Protector of Citizens Sasa Jankovic met on Tuesday with the representatives of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) and expressed his support to the organization's efforts aimed at combating discrimination against LGBT persons and strongly condemned the death threats against its activists.